Mya celebrated Valentine’s Day by releasing the video for her single “With You”, a duet with her production partner MyGuyMars. On the track, the duo delivers sensual and passionate vocals about supporting a lover. The video was filmed in The Middle East and directed by Baxter Stapleton. “With You” is taken from Mya’s latest album “T.K.O.”, which features the production work of MyGuyMars. August Alsina also celebrated Valentine’s Day with the release of his new album “Forever And A Day.” The 8-song project contains romantic love songs and baby making jams from the New Orleans native. He caters to the ladies on “For You”, strips things down on “Secret” and turns up the heat on “Lost.” “Forever And A Day” is the debut release on Alsina’s own label, Shake The World/Human Re Sources, which he launched after leaving Def Jam. His last album was 2015’s “This Thing Called Life.” Rising recording artist  Arin Ray also set the  mood during the holiday by releasing the single “Roses.” On the track, he toned down his croon with a lo-fi vocal effect and even showcases his rap skills. The song carries a darker feel than most Valentine’s Day tracks. Arin also released a sexy visual for the single “Reckless”, taken from his debut album “Platinum Fire.” Fans can expect more music from Arin Ray later this year. Following his Grammy win for Best Traditional R&B Performance, PJ Morton teams up with JoJo for the duet “Say So.” JoJo backs Morton up with lush harmonies over soft piano notes. “Say So” is worth a listen. While Valentine’s Day has become known as a day of blissful passion, emerging singer Siergo shares deeper emotions with the video for “Waiting”, the fourth single from his album “This Will Hurt.” Directed by Ace Drewman, the visual shows the crooner in his home unpacking bags and later singing by a window among rows of white candles. Siergo has certainly gotten his career off to a running start, as his album “This Will Hurt” reached #1 on the iTunes R&B chart and #10 on the Billboard R&B sales chart. “Waiting” is a ballad that describes the emotions we all go through once we’ve exhausted our patient and understanding with a partner; except the song isn’t about a romantic relationship. Siergio likens his relationship with God as he voices he frustration with how slowly things are moving between them. In addition to the new video, Siergio is preparing to tour soon. Fans should stay tuned.  R&B singer Sammie has caused quite a stir on the R&B scene, and he decided to keep the momentum going with the release of his new single “Playlist.” The track is a sensual groove that sets the mood for a night of lovemaking. “Playlist” is the followup to the single “10 Times”, a duet with Lil Baby and the first single from Sammie’s forthcoming album “Everlasting”, due out on March 1. Rapper Juicy J channels his inner Steve Jobs in the visual for “Let Me See.” In the Joe Well directed clip, the MC is the CEO of tech giant JuiceBox . Kevin Gates and Lil Skies lay down verses and take part in the video’s business storyline. Juicy and Gates begin on great terms as partners enjoying JuiceBox’s rise. The Taylor Gang member doubles down on his money making ability when hilariously pressed by his accountant regarding his foolish spending habits. With the Three Six Mafia co-founder enjoying his ascent as a mogul covering Time and other tech magazines, the Louisiana native decides to branch out by starting his own business with Gateway. Lil Skies gets in on the action and shakes up the market with the creation of Skiesnet. Before the video comes to a close, the trio form a powerful conglomerate in the lucrative tech space. This transpires while the Tay Keith production rings in the background. “Let Me See” is the the second single from Juicy J’s forthcoming album and follows the Travis Scott assisted “Neighbor.”